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Henry Peach Robinson, Little Red Riding Hood Arrives at the Door of Her Grandmother's House, 1858, Albumen print, Saint Louis Art Museum, Courtesy of Saint Louis Art Museum, Martin Schweig Memorial Fund for Photography, Accession Number: 263:1979, LL/37259
 
Narratives
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Introduction
736.01   Introduction to photographically illustrated narratives
Types of narratives
736.02   Using photographs to illustrate narratives: Mythological
736.03   Using photographs to illustrate narratives: Arthurian
736.04   Using photographs to illustrate narratives: Historical
736.05   Using photographs to illustrate narratives: Shakespearean
736.06   Using photographs to illustrate narratives: Dickensian
Photographers
736.07   Hill & Adamson: Narrative sequence - In pensive mood (1845)
736.08   Henry Peach Robinson: Little Red Riding Hood
736.09   Francis Frith: Illustrations for Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Hyperion (1865)
736.10   Duane Michels: The Spirit Leaves the Body (1968)
Fotonovelas
736.11   Peruvian Fotonovelas
 
  
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